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A Long Story With A Moral Lesson Essays and Term Papers

  • Fable: Stories Which Are Ment to Teach Children a Moral Lesson

    A Fable Fable: stories which are ment to teach children a moral lesson. Pulp Literature: 3rd rate stories f.ex. romantic short stories. (Novns) Navnorð Sernøvn: Klaksvík Álvur Sosialurin Felagsnøvn: Car Chair Boy Navnorð finnast bert í eintal og fleirtal: Boy –...

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  • Moral Lesson

    words, prove that there is a moral lesson implied in the novel “The picture of Dorian Gray” Oscar Wilde is one of the greatest literary showmen of the English nineteenth century. Of all his works, his only novel “…” is considered his masterpiece. In this novel, a moral lesson can be implied: Corruption...

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  • long story

    apparent that the Luftwaffe had the odds stacked against it. The Luftwaffe’s first disadvantage was that it was neither trained nor equipped for the long range operations which became part of the battle. Its tactics were based upon the concept of close air support for ground forces; they were therefore...

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  • A Long Story

    PowerPoint slides. Each unit covers a wide range of different delivery and learning styles, offering an exciting way to involve your pupils during lessons or revision sessions. All styles of teaching and learning are supported through use of high quality images, graphics, challenging exercises and questions...

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  • Moral Stories

    In the name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful. “ oh my Lord cherish in my heart love and knowledge” All praise is for Allah, the Lord and Cherisher of the Universe. We praise Him and seek His help and forgiveness. We seek refuge in Allah from the evil of ourselves and the wickedness...

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  • Story with a Moral

    of the owl. The owl was glad to receive the swan. He served tasty food and fresh water to his honoured guest.  The swan was tired because of his long journey. He took his meals and went to sleep early. The owl perched itself on the same branch, a little away from where the swan slept.  Just then...

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  • A Long Story...

    dressed in a rakish tuxedo, and altogether looked like a sporty character. There was a glass with a lime in it near him, although knowing Greg was a life long teetotaler, Jake guessed it probably just contained soda pop. Greg was an actor at Mammoth-Art Studio in Hollywood. His latest role was in a gangland...

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  • Story of Morals

    There is a story as old as time that starts with an abundant rain forrest in the fertile country of Brazil. In this forrest there was a beautiful village that was watched over by Mark the Frog. Mark was trusted with his role in the village, he would watch over the village while the over animals slept...

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  • Moral Stories

    breath, the raft, and even his own life! But this treasure could be worth all the risk and he persisted. Just as he was about to give up, he grabbed the long chain that was binding the chest and pulled it up along with himself back to the surface. He broke the surface of the water gasping and exhausted but...

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  • Moral Story

    was at the burial when we called him  for your son’s surgery. And now that he saved your son’s life, he left  running to finish his son’s burial.” MORAL : "Never judge anyone….. because you never know how their life is & what they’re going through....

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  • Moral Story

    place to live. He was desperate, thirsty, and hungry. This lasted for weeks and weeks. After those long weeks King Alfred died lying on the street due to dehydration and starvation. What is the moral? Be forgiving; do not seek revenge. ...

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  • Moral of the Story with Personal Story

    Essay # 2: The Moral of the Story It takes a second to change everything It was a summer night, August 17 to be exact, at 10:30 PM. I still remember how quiet it was sitting on the kitchen table with my hands close together. All you heard was the tick-tock of the clock. It was the night that...

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  • moral stories

    nothing.” Edison replied very confidently, “Oh, we have come a long way and we have learned a lot. We now know that there are two thousand elements which we cannot use to make a good light bulb.” THE THREE WISE MEN 100 Moral Stories 33 www.islamicoccasions.com A man with his donkey carrying two...

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  • Life Long Management Lesson

    in whole week. When I asked about him, I came to know ‘he was fired on the basis of poor performance.’ From the incidence I have learnt following lessons. 1. There is no shortcut to hard work 2. Whatever knowledge you generate, never get wasted. In this particular case, I studied hard but could...

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  • Fairy Tales as Moral Lessons

    Fairy Tales as Moral Lessons When most people think of fairy tales, they usually imagine a beautiful princess that needs to be rescued, a valiant prince that rescues her and a happily ever after involving a wedding between the prince and princess. People imagine monsters and witches, but sometimes...

    1398 Words | 4 Pages

  • Moral Lessons in Antigone

    the height of the golden age of Greece. Theater was then, as it is now, a medium through which to implicate the outlooks of its writer and to examine moral issues, whilst providing entertainment. The subjects discussed through theater were often deeply rooted in the dialogue of the characters in the plays...

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  • Moral lesson as child

     My most moral lesson as a child What is a childhood dream? A life that parents love and cherish you, they want the very best for you and they work hard to help you through those hard times. What did I get as a child? I had two parents that were both Alcoholics and Drug users, this was not exactly...

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  • Theme vs. Morals of a Story

    and the Moral of a Story The difference between the theme and the moral of a story is that the theme is the general topic or idea of the literature and the moral is the lesson you take away from reading the story. The moral can be similar or the same as a theme, but a theme can’t be a moral. As the...

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  • Long Short Story

    Larger Short Story Bright lights. Big stage. Big moment. This was always Tyreese Jackson's comfort zone. Always ready for the big moment, never hesitated, and never losing an option. It all started in the basement of 316 Shady Drive Greensboro, North Carolina that is where Tyreese first picked up a...

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  • Islamic Short Moral Stories

    Muwaffaq Ibn Ahmad al-Makki (d. 568 Hijri). Dar al - Kitâb al-'Arabiy, Beirut, 1981/1401H. [I will be away for a while so pls feel free to post stories] source here...

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